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Training in the Tasks of Supervision
Training in the tasks of supervision
MichaelCarroll
Introduction

I have been involved with clinical supervision for almost twenty years now. My initial interest emerged during my first supervision experience when, during my training as a counselling psychologist, I arranged a placement (internship) in a youth counselling agency. I worked there for approximately 500 hours engaging in individual counselling with adolescents, training in parenting skills, doing group work with young people and becoming involved in a number of allied schemes around counselling and education. Overall, it was great experience. What was not so great was my experience of supervision. On my arrival and with my introduction to the service I was allocated a supervisor, an experienced trainer, counsellor and manager of the whole ...

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